Kiramchi is a small village in Udhampur district of Jammu & Kashmir State. It lies 12 kms north of Udhampur on Udhampur-Lander road and 67 kms from Jammu.
The complex consists of five temples and two small shrines.
This valley amidst green mountains is located at an elevation of 730 m above the mean sea level. Two rivulets namely "Birunala" and Kiramchi are draining this area. The local tradition says that in the past it was a halting place on Jammu- Kashmir route through Banihal. According to the contemporary of Pandavas of Mahabharata was responsible to lay the foundation of this place. Another tradition, says that Krimchi was capital of Bhuti which had been one of the principalities of Jammu region under the successors of Daya-Karan, a ruler of Kashmir. According to Diwan Narsingh Dass Nargis the descendents of king Daya- Karan ruled for many centuries and their dynasty was known as "Bhutials". As per tradition the last ruler of this dynasty named "Himmat Singh" was defeated by the Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Ultimately. The Bhuti was given to Raja Gulab Singh. Thus Bhuti was included in to the Jammu Kingdom in A.D. 1834.